Eventually, I will try to reinstall the newer version of Spami...later...maybe 1.x.
So, for now, I will not try to duplicate the problem that I encountered. Sorry.
For the moment, I am content to stay with 9.9.44 because it works ok for me.
Am I correct to assume that Spami only needs a Name associated with the emailaddress. It is the emailaddress that gets filtered, not the name associated with it. The DisplayName does not have to exactly duplicate the Name received.
My work-around that seems to resolve the accented character problem is to delete the part of the name that contains such accented characters.
The actual firstname.lastname@example.org
never, contains accented characters. IAW RFC5322. So the Spami INI file in this 9.9.44 version of Spami will contain, e.g. the DisplayFirstname only and the email@example.com
with the DisplayLastname deleted if it contained the accented character:"Jose" instead of "Jose García" or "Jose Peña".
So, as long as the email address is compliant with RFC5322, Spami 9.9.44 should be ok?
If RFC6530 ever gets implemented, then I will need an update Spami version. The SQLLite will work with RFC6530?http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Email_addr ... n_Examples